Citywide Residential Permit Parking Program

APPLICATION PROCESS

Residents will have the ability to apply for permit parking passes online. If you have any questions, please call the Parking & Enterprise Services Department at (310) 412-2505 or send your written correspond to permitparking@cityofinglewood.org.

  1. Apply for a Permit  -  https://inglewoodpermits.rmcpay.com/
    1. Apply for Visitor Parking Passes – Portal under Development
    2. What district am I in?  -  https://willdan-gis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=cfff1b07b9ef48299291f5319c204577

Overview

Citywide 24/7 Parking Restrictions

The new Citywide Permit Parking Program expands the existing permit parking boundaries to better cover the City’s eleven (11) neighborhoods that align with the four City Council Districts. See Proposed Permit Parking Districts Map (MAP 1). All residential streets within the City limits will be designated as permit parking and are included in the Citywide Permit Parking Program. The recommended program will include full-time parking restrictions, Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day, for all streets, and/or blocks located within the boundaries of City Council.

Permit Parking Districts 3C thru 11 will be activated as part of the new Citywide Permit Parking Program.

Permit Parking Districts 1,2,3A, and 3B will have pre-approved, full-time parking restrictions; however these restrictions will not be activated and will remain inactive until it is determined that full-time restricts are necessary. To activate parking restrictions in Permit Parking Districts 1,2,3A, and 3B residents and/or businesses of a particular neighborhood must submit a petition to the Public Works Department. The petition must bear the signatures of adults from a minimum of 75% of different households and/or businesses as evidence of a neighborhood desire to implement the parking restriction.

How will the program work?

Application ProcessApply online at https://inglewoodpermits.rmcpay.com/

Residents may also visit the Parking & Enterprise Services Department at Inglewood City Hall on the 2nd Floor

  1. Proof of residency (rental agreement, light/gas bill)
  2. Current drivers’ licenses, vehicle registration, and insurance

Note: Permits will be tied to vehicle license plate. Vehicle address must match the resident’s address.


Cost & Fees


Two permit parking passes per residential address are FREE.
Enforcement
Parking for up to 2 hours will be allowed for vehicles without permits. However, after two hours, the vehicle will be subject to a strict ticket and tow policy.


Visitor Parking Passes

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